Payroll reporting. Taxable services. Exemptions. Resale certificates. Worker misclassification. E-commerce. Sales of tangible personal property. Nexus.
Every year, Connecticut’s business tax rules become more complex. And failure to comply carries significant risk and costs.
CBIA’s 2012 Connecticut Tax Conference is a must for finance/accounting professionals, sole practitioners, managing partners, business owners, and others serving the tax needs of their businesses and clients. This half-day conference qualifies for 3 CPE credits and includes a legislative update, a plenary session on state income and employment taxes, and in-depth breakout sessions on sales and use taxes governing manufacturing, construction, and service.
Attendees receive a complimentary copy of Connecticut Taxes on Business and Industry, a comprehensive guide updated through 2012.